The Crosby CR-4 first flew in 1938 and was constructed by students from the Curtiss-Wright Technical Institute in Glendale, California. Despite its checkered mechanical history, it ultimately finished as high as third place in its short career. The plane then went on to be featured in the movie Tailspin and is now housed at the EAA Aviation Museum.
This design features a hand drawn side view of a CR-4 on steel blue.
- Steel Blue 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
- Printed tag
- Comfortable and durable
- Contemporary fit
- Light weight
|Double Extra Large||50"-53"|
|Double Extra Large||18-22|